The new Mercedes AMG GT: Extensively updated and enhanced

Apr 8, 2019
Affalterbach

Affalterbach. The AMG GT high-peformance sports car (fuel consumption combined 12.5-11.4 l/100 km, CO2 emissions combined 284-261 g/km) is now vying for customers' attention with lots of sharper details and the new, limited Edition AMG GT R PRO. The two-door AMG GT Coupés and Roadsters are bestowed not only with updates on the exterior but also the integrated dynamic control system AMG DYNAMICS for even more agility, the new AMG Performance steering wheel, a centre console with innovative display buttons and a fully digital Instrument Display with AMG-specific display styles and content.

"The AMG GT embodies the core of our brand, "Driving Performance", in a unique way. At its debut in September 2014, it not only turned the heads of customers and sports car enthusiasts, but also created new dimensions in the competitive environment. In order to continue this success story we have now equipped the two-door models with numerous innovations from the AMG GT 4-Door Coupé", says Tobias Moers, Chairman of the Management Board of Mercedes-AMG GmbH.

The basic layout of the AMG GT portfolio with its front mid-engine concept and transmission in transaxle configuration at the rear axle enables an advantageous slightly rear-biased weight distribution. In conjunction with the vehicle's low centre of gravity, this translates into extremely agile handling and permits high cornering speeds. The AMG 4.0-litre V8 biturbo engine delivers ample power right from the low rev range and enables outstanding performance. At the same time, the two-seater is a straightforward, comfortable and reliable companion for everyday motoring thanks to its easily accessible luggage compartment, a high level of comfort on long journeys and the extensive Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive assistance systems.

Data at a glance

 

Mercedes-AMG GT
(figures for Roadster in brackets and italics)

Mercedes-AMG GT S
(figures for Roadster in brackets and italics)

Mercedes-AMG GT C
(figures for Roadster in brackets and italics)

Mercedes-AMG GT R
(figures for Roadster in brackets and italics)
Mercedes-AMG GT R PRO

 

Displacement

3982 cc

3982 cc

3982 cc

3982 cc

Output

350 kW/476 hp at 6000 rpm

384 kW/ (522 hp) at 6000-6500 rpm

410 kW (557 hp) at 5750-6750 rpm

430 kW (585 hp) at 6250 rpm

Peak torque

630 Nm at 1900-5000 rpm

670 Nm at 1900-5000 rpm

680 Nm at 2100-5500 rpm

700 Nm at 2100-5500 rpm

Fuel consumption, combined

11.4 l/100 km (11.5-11.4 l/100 km)

11.5 l/100 km

(11.5 l/100 km)

12.4 l/100 km (12.5 l/100 km)

12.4 l/100 km (12.5 l/100 km)

Combined CO2 emissions

261 g/km (262 g/km)

262 g/km (262 g/km)

284 g/km

(284 g/km)

284 g/km (284 g/km)

Efficiency class

G

G

G

G

Acceleration 0-100 km/h

4.0 s (4.0 s)

3.8 s (3.8 s)

3.7 s (3.7 s)

3.6 s (3.6 s)

Top speed

304 km/h (302 km/h)

310 km/h (308 km/h)

317 km/h (316 km/h)

318 km/h (317 km/h)

The new Mercedes-AMG GT and GT R PRO
The new Mercedes-AMG GT and GT R PRO
The new Mercedes-AMG GT and GT R PRO
The new Mercedes-AMG GT and GT R PRO
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